Who: Jo Uthman, Fitness enthusiast, Foodie, Budding entrepreneur, lover all of all things bright and beautiful
Where: Born in London, England. raised in London/Africa , currently live in Atlanta, GA
Usual Lunch time: 1 PM
Most unforgettable dessert you’ve had, when and where? too many to mention – the most recent has gotta be the Coconut cake at JCT Kitchen, ATL , just last Saturday (May 2013) 🙂
What is your favorite meal of the day? Lunch
I am most curious about food from? Arab cuisine in general
Celebrity you would love to have lunch with and why? Maya Angelou, to attain wisdom – I love her work and would just love to sit down talk about life
Your perfect Lunch: – There’s no such thing as a perfect lunch – I’m a foodie – this is too hard – just about anything with greens and I’m sold.
Favorite drink: – H20,
Favorite dessert: – anything with pudding/custard 🙂
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It’s literal, and metaphoric meaning. Salt helps heighten the taste of things. My first real memory of salt was when I was about 7 years old. I heard the story of LOT’S wife turning around and turning to salt. I remember I did not want salt in my food because in my odd little mind, all the salt we use was a part of lots wife LITERALLY) lol. YAH! kids do have a wild imagination. Growing up in Nigeria we mostly used sea salt, but then iodized salt came into our system and became a “thing” and now that I am here, I am back to sea salt because for me it’s about eating as natural as possible when you can help it and when it is affordable. As I grow and learn about foods, their properties and effects on our body, my discovery about idolized salt versus sea salt made me choose sea salt as my new salting choice. It took some time to get used to the measurement as with sea salt, it seems you need more that with iodized salt. I use SEA SALT for one simple reason: it is salt in and from it’s natural state, that is not processed. And that works for my body.
So do share with us. Do you use sea salt or iodized salt?
Have a great week. And remember in all that you choose to nourish your body with,
Eat with your HEART ™
Creative Candy Feature of the week.
It’s with a fellow foodie, THE SPUNKY COCONUT who shared with us her Avocado Pops.
perfect for the summer, perfect for the health nuts. Try this tip out soon and feel free to share your image with us by sending an email to email@example.com or tagging me on Instagram at afropolitanchef
Have a great weekend. And remember in all that you choose to nourish your body with,
Eat with your HEART ™
So it’s SINFUL Friday. And today’s FOOD SIN we are ALLL guilty of. Even in countries where there is no refrigerator. As long as there is a bottle and your lips are close, you have taken the plunge into the SIN OF BACKWASH. DON”T DO IT. LOL. Get a hold of yourself now would ya! lol yes, we have all done it at one point or another. I am so guilty of it. it takes every will power not to do it every-time lol. And every-time you are home alone and someone is not so close to you, you grab that bottle and chug it real fast too, while you try no to choke lol. This bad habit needs to have a world “STOP THE BACKWASH YEAR”. No, cleaning the cover after you drink, does not make a difference lol stop lying to yourself. Get a glass and pour. It will take you 1.2 seconds more. Plus you don’t get to spread germs or bacteria to those you love with that BACKWASH. So foodies, grab a glass stop the madness. Stop drinking from the bottle. Happy Friday. 🙂
Well hello Foodies. So on our social calendar today, we get to CHAT. If you have some spare time or you need a mini break from work or, you’re just plain doing nothing, head on over to twitter. Would love to chat with you. Be sure to add me http://www.twitter.com/afropolitanchef. Our #hastag is #acfoodchat. Be sure to use it in your tweets so I can find and follow you. Let’s talk about what your favorite fusion meal is and why. I will be on twitter from 3pm EST. until 5pm EST. See you there. Afropolitan Chef on twitter http://www.twitter.com/afropolitanchef
Hello Foodies. Our Social calendar is filled for the week Today, I have the delightful pleasure of introducing you to our Gadget Finder, Man of the day, cartoon of the hour:
ENAM (eh NAHM) . He’ll be giving us the cool new fun tools that make cooking easier for the newbies and the goodies. Gadget of the week coming right up.
For the fish lovers, salad lovers this gadget looks easy. The Gadget of the day today is under $15. It’s the Lekue Citrus Sprayer Set.
Who: Jorge Montes, executive chef/owner of Roho Kitchen, cooking school instructor, caterer, entrepreneur, lover of the arts, frustrated comedian/rockstar
Where: I was born in Lima, Peru. I was raised in Miami and I am currently living in Cooper city.
Usual Lunch time: 1 – 2 PM
Most unforgettable dessert you’ve had, when and where? Coconut panna cotta with Guava soup, pineapple salsa and coconut sorbet. About 2 years ago by Pastry chef Antonio Bachour at the W hotel in SOBE.
What is your Fav meal of the day? My favorite meal of the day is a combination of lunch and dinner, which i like to call “Drunch”. But if i have to pick form the Three main meals of the day i guess it would have to be lunch.
I am most curious about food from? France and all of Europe
Celebrity you would love to have lunch with and why? Jim Morrison. I would love to pick his brain and talk poetry, music and madness.
Your perfect Lunch: My perfect lunch is a large platter of fresh ceviche, done Peruvian style with lots of seafood and aji amarillo. A cold beer would be great with that.
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